Märvel - At the Sunshine Factory Format: Black Vinyl
Tracklist: 1 - A Killing View 2 - The Secret Grand Prix 3 - Goodluck Sandy 4 - Heart & Balls 5 - Smile Mr. Steen 6 - Monsters Grow In The Dark 7 - Child 8 - Step Closer 9 - All Over The News 10 - Live & Learn 11 - Vinegar 12 - Angela
From the official press release:
Märvel returns with their seventh album ”At the Sunshine Factory” set for release the 6th of October on The Sign Records. The band have worked hard to create a ”larger than life” sound, building a studio of their own to get enough time to develop their songs to perfection. A cheerful production disguises a darker lyrical theme affected by today´s world situation. Märvel, known for their contagious hooks, pop melodies and rock ´n´ roll soul, have tightened the bow and made braver decisions to make this the stand out album of their career. The album´s spine is still very much vintage Märvel, yet each of the twelve songs have got more of a character of its own.
Songs as "Angela" and ”Goodluck Sandy” are a further development of the sound that we first heard on the band´s latest album "The Hills Have Eyes”. Two songs that takes the band several steps on that path with a rich production that puts full focus on the strong songwriting. The songs very well show King, Vicar and Burgher´s newfound boldness and desire to evolve. ”Monsters Grow in the Dark” shows a new side of the band, where a darker, more sincere side is revealed. Still the Märvel we know is very much present, and it is perhaps mostly showcased in the direct hit ”All Over The News” that sports a classic Scandinavian approach - rock without any fuzz!
Märvel signed a deal with The Sign Records in the beginning of 2017 and have since then started to re-release their earlier albums on new formats. Finding themselves a way out in new regions, the Swedish rock veterans are set for new challenges and conquests. Märvel have never been this well equipped and ready to make a first and lasting impression on a new audience and deliver something fresh and virgin to their old fans. The band shines like never b